It’s only the 12th day and already we’ve approved nearly 30 new topics this month (and counting) on Business Exchange.
Passionate BX users, like you, are encouraged to suggest business-focused topics where they can then add, save and react to content on the subject. Topics are a great way to organize the plethora of information you are often bombarded with in your area of expertise or new interest. By adding and saving content within a BX topic, you can then go back and easily find that content on your activity page.
The more than 1,500 topics on BX run the gamut. For instance, recent newsworthy additions range from Obama’s Healthcare Reform and General Motors Bankruptcy to Twitter Business Model and Global Aerospace Industry.
In the tech field, our users were quick to start a topic on the 2009 E3 conference, which took place in early June. In the social media realm, we recently added topics on Conversational Capital and Crowd Funding. Also in tech were Enterprise Storage, Ad Blockers and Online Banking.
Of course, we also had our share of corporate topics, including Corporate Entrepreneurship, Interim Executives and Career Management. Industry topics also exploded in the last two weeks, with topics on the Textile Industry, Packaging Industry, Fertilizer Industry, Leather Industry, Senior Care Industry and Luxury Car Industry.
If none of this spark you fancy, don’t forget you can browse topics from the BX homepage through search bar at the top or the A to Z list at the bottom.
Don’t forget to contact us with any feedback you may have.
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